AEW Dynamite Results for May 25, 2022


Trent then sends Harwood sternum-first into the turnbuckle and he hits a German suplex, but the FTR man then switches and hits a couple of his own.

Back in the ring Harwood fights back and he then goes for a few near falls on Trent, but he doesn’t quit. Vice then connects with Strong Zero, but Harwood kicks out. Jeff Cobb and the Great-O-Khan then hit the ring out of nowhere and they start making their presence known. The United Empire take out everybody in the ring, showcasing their quality.


They then start smashing people through tables outside the ring as the New Japan Pro Wrestling stars grab the ROH Tag Team Titles and hold them above their heads.

– Matt Hardy says they and The Young Bucks have got a lot of similarities from their upbringing, but The Young Bucks would never have survived that. He puts them over as being elite, but he says everyone sees them as Hardy cosplayers. Jeff says they’re in their overprime and this is his clean slate. He says the final run will be the best run as the Bucks are in their way to becoming champions. Matt says in the case of the Bucks, they’ll be disappointed as they could never beat their heroes.

Swerve Strickland vs. Ricky Starks vs. Jungle Boy

Ricky Starks gets out of the ring to start and Swerve Strickland and Jungle Boy then shake hands. But as that is happening Starks pushes them into each other and the trio then go through a few pinfall attempts. Jungle tries to run up the ropes by holding Swerve, but he pulls him back and lifts him up, and throws him into a hurricanrana onto Starks.

Ricky then pulls the champion out of the ring and he threads the needle and takes out Jungle Boy. Strickland then tries to get involved, but he gets sent into the barricade several times. Ricky gets into the ring and hits a vertical suplex onto Jungle Boy. He then runs up and walks the rights before dropping the elbow on Jungle Boy as he knocks Swerve away again.

Swerve comes back in with an elbow to the FTW Champion as he follows by diving off the second rope into his back. They then brawl on the ring apron but Starks gets kicked in the face only for Jungle Boy to leap the top rope and hit a hurricanrana onto Swerve. Back in the ring he nails him with a running elbow strike but Starks breaks the pinfall.

All three men then climb to the top rope, but Starks gets shoved to the floor by both of them. Jungle Boy flips Strickland across the ring, but somehow he lands on his feet. Ricky comes back in and the three of them start throwing big kicks at each other. Serve has Jungle Boy up in the air but Starks nails a Spear to stop it.

Strickland gets hit with a thumb to the eye by Ricky and he then connects with the Roshambo, but Jungle Boy appears from behind and locks in the Snare Trap. Swerve breaks it with a huge superkick and he then nails the Swerve Stomp for the win!

Winner: Swerve Strickland

– Post-match Powerhouse Hobbs comes in and takes down all his future opponents as Luchasaurus comes down. That doesn’t take long for Kieth Lee to come out, and the three bigger men start brawling. Keith ends up standing tall, and he flips over the rope to take them both down again.

– Dan Lambert says there’s an invention called the internet, if they searched for his faction, you’ll see they have all the titles, so he knows the title makers. Lambert says the brand new belt will be presented to Scorpio Sky on Rampage.

– Tony Schiavone is on the stage now and he welcomes out Thunder Rosa, she says she’s worked for everything she has and never complained as that is what champions do. She says Serena is not a champion, she tells her that maybe she should have looked herself in the mirror and blamed herself. Rosa claims she doesn’t look up to Deeb anymore and on Sunday the war paint comes on, and she will teach her a lesson of respect.

Red Velvet says she should have won her tournament match, Ruby Soho then appears and she gives a book to her with everything she needs to beat Kris Statlander. But Ruby throws the book away and says she will keep some of that stuff in mind.

Dr. Britt Baker vs. Toni Storm (Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Semi-Final)

Toni Storm takes control early on here by working the arm of the former World Champion, bringing her down to the mat, but Britt works her way out and they then lock up again. The match spills to the outside and Storm sends Baker into the ring post and then several big uppercuts, but Britt responds by slamming her into the ring apron.

The ladies continue fighting outside of the ring, but Baker is able to slam Storm face-first onto the steel stairs. Baker then opts to pull Toni’s arms as she is locked with the ring post to hurt the shoulder of the new star. They finally get back into the ring and Baker continues to focus on the arm.

Toni begins throwing hands with Britt though, but Baker comes out on top with a thrust kick only for Toni to hit a tornado DDT. She follows with an impressive hip attack, but Baker then connects with an Air Raid Crash, which only gets a near fall. Jamie Hayter then heads out to ringside, but as Britt starts talking to her Storm almost catches her with roll-up.

Baker then hits a swinging neck breaker, and she then ends up eating a German suplex. The match spills outside once again as Storm hits another tornado DDT to the flood, but Hayter then gets on the ring apron. Storm knocks her off,  and tries to hit the Storm Zero. Britt counters, sitting down on her as she gets a pinfall win while holding the ring ropes.

Winner: Britt Baker

Samoa Joe vs. Kyle O’Reilly (Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Semi-Final)

Straight away Kyle O’Reilly goes down to the mat and tries to bring Samoa Joe down to him, but he just powers back with that. The ROH Television Champion then drops Kyle with a huge chop to the chest and he follows it with several efficient jabs. He slams Kyle down, hits a chop to the back, and then a senton as his strikes continue.

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